Taking a journey through local outdoor adventures

Jul 27, 2015

Omni Dallas Hotel Adds Rooftop Beehives

Omni Dallas Hotel Adds Rooftop Beehives

Some North Texas bees are getting a second chance, and fans of honey could be the real winners here.

Jul 27, 2015

Omni Dallas Hotel Adds Rooftop Beehives

Omni Dallas Hotel Adds Rooftop Beehives

Walter Schumacher, CEO of the Austin-based nonprofit American Honey Bee Protection Agency, helped install bee hives on the roof of the Omni Dallas Hotel, where executive chef Donald Chalko said the harvested...

Jul 24, 2015

Flying Bugs Appear as Storm on TX Weather Radar

Flying Bugs Appear as Storm on TX Weather Radar

Rangers at a state park near the Texas panhandle say flying insects caused a weather radar to light up as if there was a large storm Wednesday.

Jul 23, 2015

Copperhead Snakes Take Over Weatherford Property

Copperhead Snakes Take Over Weatherford Property

A Weatherford family says hundreds of copperhead snakes roam their property at night.

Jul 24, 2015

Floral Disease Strikes in North Texas

Floral Disease Strikes in North Texas

Officials say thousands of rosebushes in North Texas have been affected by a disease that leaves them with puckered leaves, deformed buds and thorn-covered stems.

Jul 9, 2015

Texas Peach Crops Fare Well Despite Rain

Texas Peach Crops Fare Well Despite Rain

Some Texas growers are expecting bumper peach crops in spite of heavy spring rain and flooding that left some fields impassable.

Jul 6, 2015

Texas-Shaped Pool Seeks Texas-Sized Honor

Texas-Shaped Pool Seeks Texas-Sized Honor

A move is under way to make a Texas-shaped swimming pool in the Dallas suburb of Plano a state historical landmark.

May 22, 2015

High Water Threatens Homes Around Lake Lewisville

High Water Threatens Homes Around Lake Lewisville

Lakes across North Texas continue to rise and there is no relief in the near sight. Day after day, rain is in the forecast.

May 21, 2015

Texan Who Paid $350K Kills Endangered Black Rhino in Africa

Texan Who Paid $350K Kills Endangered Black Rhino in Africa

A Texan who bid $350,000 to hunt a black rhinoceros in Africa has killed one of the endangered animals.

May 20, 2015

Flooding Brings Up Water Safety Concerns

Flooding Brings Up Water Safety Concerns

As the Memorial Day weekend approaches, there is continued concern about flooding at North Texas lakes, and emergency officials want everyone to be aware of water safety.

Top Stories
Dallas Zoo's World-Famous Giraffe Kipenzi Dies

Dallas Zoo's World-Famous Giraffe Kipenzi Dies

The Dallas Zoo says its world-famous baby giraffe, Kipenzi, has died after running into the perimeter edge of her habitat Tuesday.

1 Dead, 1 Arrested After Crash on Texas 161: Irving Police

1 Dead, 1 Arrested After Crash on Texas 161: Irving Police

A man is dead and a woman was arrested after a crash on Texas 161 early Wednesday morning, Irving police say.

Plane Passengers Stretch Rules on 'Emotional Support' Animals

Plane Passengers Stretch Rules on 'Emotional Support' Animals

Flight attendants say misuse of "emotional support" animals is a growing problem on commercial flights.

Dallas Woman Attacked Near Medical District

Dallas Woman Attacked Near Medical District

A woman is recovering after a brutal attack earlier this month in Dallas, and police are searching for whoever is responsible.

Jail Releases New Sandra Bland Video

Jail Releases New Sandra Bland Video

Texas authorities on Tuesday released several hours of video footage showing Sandra Bland during her three days in jail, saying they wanted to dispel rumors that she was dead before arriving there.

Suspected Serial Killer Was in North Texas This Month

Suspected Serial Killer Was in North Texas This Month

A man killed 11 days ago by a West Virginia sex worker and suspected in as many as 10 murders got a speeding ticket in Benbrook two weeks earlier, authorities say.